I ‘Just’ Do Ordinary Work

The topic and the tenor and this article really resonates with me and the ethos behind this little blog of mine. The title of this site — AverageChristianNet — is about my firm conviction that the Christian and the non-believing world needs to hear more from us “average Christians.” Of course, us non-pastors, non-professorial types make up the vast majority of the Body of Christ….yet, we downplay our own contributions in the workplace, the marketplace, and the Internet. (I will have a lot more to say about this in upcoming original pieces). In the meantime, this article makes some important arguments that none of us do “ordinary” work! From The Gospel Coalition…………..

10 Key Points About Work in the Bible Every Christian Should Know

One of the reasons I write this blog is because I am not a pastor or seminary professor or best-selling author. I am just a guy who follow Christ, and I worked for somebody else my entire adult life. So, articles like this one mean a lot to me, and hopefully to other normal Christian Joes and Jills! From the Theology of Work Project……………………

Running Your Business to the Glory of God

Here are are important words from Randy Alcorn which are also a comfort and encouragement to me. You see, very few of us are called to full-time vocation Christian ministry such as pastors, missionaries or those serving in parachurch ministries. Every job we do is important in furthering God’s kingdom on the earth….IF we work in an manner that honors Him and draws others to Christ. From Eternal Perspectives Ministries……………


Jeremiah’s Calling to Work (Jeremiah 1)

As I have stated before, part of the reason behind this blog is to point people to biblical resources they might not have known about. In this case, this brief article on the value of work comes from the Theology of Work Project. Check it out!

God’s Presence in our Struggles at Work (Psalm 23)

Part of my purpose in this blog is to point people to other great websites and blogs that you might not otherwise know about. This article is a short commentary on Psalm 23 but focused on how God is present with us during our struggles at work. From The Theology of Work Project……………….